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ssed, I am sure that you will do it well. L. M. Goldsborough. Report of Col. Ferrero. I beg to submit the following as the report of the Fifty-first regiment flag on one of the captured forts on the sea-shore. Yours respectfully, Edw. Ferrero, Col. Fifty-first Regiment N. Y.V. Colonel Lee's report. headquartugh the inlet. The stern-wheel boat Cadet, with the Fifty-first New-York, Colonel Ferrero, on board, has just come up abreast the Spaulding, and Col. Ferrero is ordCol. Ferrero is ordered to be in readiness to land his men, to which he responds: All ready, General. The fire from the battery has slackened, and now shots are fired at intervals ofled up with the design of landing with the Rhode Island Fifth battalion, and Col. Ferrero's Shepard Rifles. He said: If I can get two thousand men ashore, I am all rassachusetts, Lieut.-Col. Maggi; the Fifty-first New-York, (Shepard Rifles,) Col. Ferrero; Ninth New-Jersey, Lieut.-Col.----; and the Fifty-first Pennsylvania, Colone
of skirmishers, was shot through the side and fell, but making light of the wound, he got his servant to put on a bandage, and in a few minutes had returned to his place and was cheering on his men. The regiment was drawn up in a hollow or ravine, from which they would move up to the top of the eminence, discharge their volleys, and retire to such cover as the inequalities of the ground might furnish. Gen. Reno, becoming impatient at the loss of life which his regiments, and particularly Col. Ferrero's, was suffering, wished the regiment to advance as soon as possible, so Lieut.-Col. Potter took a color over the brow of the hill into another hollow, and from here charged up an acclivity and over brushwood and abattis into the redan. The Fifty-first Pennsylvania, for a long time held in reserve, was ordered up to participate in the decisive charge of the whole brigade upon the line of redans, and passing through the Fifty-first New-York, as it was lying on the ground, after having exh